HYATTSVILLE, Md. (AP) — Former Prince George’s County State’s Attorney Glenn Ivey is reporting he has raised more than $275,000 in the second quarter in his congressional bid.

Ivey announced Monday he raised the money from 652 contributors for the fundraising period ending June 30.

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His campaign announced it expects to report about $320,000 cash on hand.

Ivey is seeking the Democratic nomination for Rep. Donna Edwards’ seat. Edwards is running for the seat now held by retiring Sen. Barbara Mikulski.

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Ivey is running against former Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown and Delegates Dereck Davis and Joseline Pena-Melnyk. Ingrid Turner, who is a member of the Prince George’s County Council, also is running for the nomination, as well as Warren Christopher.

The other candidates have not yet made their fundraising numbers public.

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